Fulston Manor school has installed a a 4kWp solar photovoltaic (PV) system. The school is a mixed comprehensive secondary school in Sittingbourne, Kent, with over 700 students. The school is very conscious of it’s ethics and environmental responsible initiatives.
With sponsorship help from the Co-operative group, the school now has 26 modules installed on its flat roof. These are predicted to generate over 3300kWh of clean, carbon free, electricity every year and save over two tonnes of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere every year.
Director Kathryn Smith said: “We believe it is important to educate the next generation about climate change and this is why we have pledged to help more than 100 schools to set up renewable systems for free.”